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Open the hood. Behind whichever light is burned out, you will see where the wires go in, there is a socket there. Twist the socket counter clock wise and pull it out. Replace the bulb and reverse the proceedure.
This vehicle is new enough it is just the Bulb for the head light. Open the hood and look in the area just behind the head light and you will see the wires leading to it. You should also see a collar looking connection you can unscrew to remove the bulb assembly. Remove this and unplug the bulb and insert the replacement and re-insert the assembly screwing the collar down. Make sure you get the collar screwed back down completely, this is what makes the Headlight assembly water tight.
Open the hood to gain access to the rear of the head light. simply unplug the light bulb, then twist then pull the bulb to remove. Do not touch the glass portion of the new bulb, the oils in your skin may cause the bulb to burn out quickly. reverse to install
I believe that car has halogen lights, which are generally replaced from under the hood. Look behind the headlight, and you should see a connector that you can turn 1/4 turn and then remove the lamp. Get a replacement (before you start), unplug the old and plug in the new. BE CAREFUL not to touch the new lamp. Oils from your hand will cause the bulb to bubble when it heats up. Slide the connector back in and turn 1/4 turn to lock. I hope this helps you fix the problem.
The actual light? or just the bulb inside the light?... If you mean the whole light then pop the hood and look around the lens and you will a few screws that hold it in place. Remove and replace. If you mean the bulb, pop the hood and and look behind the light cover and you will see where the light bulb attachment screws into the back. Unscrew the attachment and remove the bulb. When you replace with the new bulb be careful to not touch the bulb with your bare hands as a chemical reaction will cause the bulb to burn out faster than normal. Put it all back together as it was before and you are good to go.
Pop the hood and you will notice that behind the light covering there is a connector that screws into the back of the light cover. Unscrew it and the bulb can be removed and replaced with a new one. Be sure to not touch the new bulb with your bare hands as this will cause the bulb to burn out quicker (its a chemical reaction of some kind). Hope this helps, let me know how it goes. Good luck!
Open the hood and look between the battery and the light. You will see the wires going to the bulb. Turn the bulb holder and it will slide out. This is easier to do with the battery out. If you do remove it, be careful with the wrences and the cables, I would disconnect the grounds for both batteries first.
bulbs do burn out, but the dash will have places that are not always used for all models. i.e. if your car doesn't have ABS that light will not be used. To replace the bulbs you will need to remove the instrument cluster from the dash. its not to hard to do yourself, two phillips screwdrivers and some patience
i am assuming you have checked the wire that connects to the light for 12 volts when the hood is open. these lamps work on a switch that is position sensitive (hood open= light on hood closed =light off) this internal switch could be faulty,therefore you need to replace the light fixture itself(remove the two bolts holding it do the hood and unplug the wire) Or what i have found with most of these, because they are subjected to the outside elements the connections for the light bulb get corroded and the 12 volt current isn't reaching the bulb. try removing the bulb and clean the contacts with a small wire brush and some contact cleaner. Also check the bulb,sometimes they look ok but the filament is burned and can some times make contact and cause the light to work intermittently hope this helps.........thanks for choosing FIX YA!
Depending on whether it is the front or the
back turn indicator light will determine on what needs to be done. If
it is the front turn indicator light open the hood of the car you may
need to take the entire headlight out. The headlight may have screws,
take the screws out then the front light will come out from the outside
of the vehicle
replace the burned out bulb. The bulb should snap right in and then put
the headlight back in make sure you put all screws back in from the
inside of the hood.
If it is the back turn indicator light, go through the trunk of the
vehicle. If there is a panel covering the lights you must unscrew the
panel and then replace the burned out light bulb. Some panels can be
folded down without removing all of the screws to access the lights.
This light may not require for you to pop the entire light out you
maybe able to just replace the bulb. After you have replaced it screw
the panel back into place. The back light should not require the entire
light to be lifted out just a simple bulb replacement.
In replacing either the front or the back indicator light you must gain
access to the turn signal housing which is usually in the same case as
the headlight or your rear lights. It is very helpful to also get the
owners manual out this will tell you exactly what type of bulbs you
will need to get to replace the indicator bulb.